SSL Certificates: Importance & Advantages
Anyone who conducts business or transactions on the web needs to be aware of the importance of SSL certificates. Many people who make purchases or share sensitive personal information online will not visit a website unless the SSL certification is present; sites that don't have this feature may end up losing out on a high level of web traffic and conversions to sales.

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How to be a Responsible Website Owner
Congratulations, you are the proud owner of a new website! Your business has an internet presence that is responsive and attractive.  Check that accomplishment off the list and move on to the next business issue, right?

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12 Quick A/B Tests to Implement on your eCommerce site
eCommerce sites are designed with conversions in mind. If you can't persuade enough visitors to purchase your products, sooner or later you will go out of business. You can spend a great deal of time perfecting a product, but your site presentation - along with reputation and word of mouth - will determine the conversion rate.

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If you work with computers on a regular basis, you have undoubtedly experienced that moment of overwhelming frustration that comes when your computer freezes before you have a chance to save your work. Its almost as if your hard drive has a personality in which its devilish side comes through when it realizes that you have neglected to push save as often as you should.

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If you want to be your own software development boss, you’ll need to know how to manage software development jobs. Small software development jobs are easily managed, but once you dive into enterprise-level applications, you need more organization and documentation. Although you don’t have to be an expert in the field of project management, you should understand basic concepts to get started.

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You Have an App Idea, But What Do You Do Next?
Software developers have the luxury of "playing" with ideas. They come up with a new app idea and code it. It could be a success, or it could fail. The investment is just their time and coding effort. For the rest of us, it's not so easy. Most people with app ideas have no idea what to do after they've mulled over the idea for a few weeks. If you think you've got a killer app idea, here's what to do next.

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Writing Technical Requirements: How to Articulate Design Ideas to Developers It's difficult to relate to developers, but imagine yourself in a position where you hear ideas every day and need to translate these ideas into code. Superficially, it sounds easy, but it's actually one of the most difficult parts of the development life cycle.

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How To Protect Your Wordress Website From The Mobilegeddon Update
Google released one of its largest updates for some time in April 2015. As usual, the changes to the search engine algorithm caused concern in the SEO community. The update was dubbed 'Mobilegeddon,' reflecting fears over its potential impact. The changes are specifically designed to reward mobile-friendly websites with improved rankings, and there's no cause for concern.

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Google has set April 21, 2015 as the day their newest algorithm goes into effect. The technology industry has been talking about responsive web design for a long time.

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Not everyone has to be an expert coder to run a website, but improperly coded web pages can lead to disastrous effects. SQL injection hacks take advantage of poorly coded sites, and they are at the heart of major website penetration occurrences. Even big companies fall victim to SQL injection, and they usually allow the hacker to steal sensitive data such as credit card information and social security numbers.

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